December 2016: Choosing The Right Tree – Part 4

Continuing on with our discussion of choosing the best tree for your Pasco property. There are additional things to consider when deciding what kind of trees you want. Here are some more elements to consider: Exposure The amount of sunlight available will affect tree and shrub species selection for a particular location. Most woody plants require full sunlight for proper growth and flowering....
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May 2016 – Oriental Arborvitae & Northern White Cedar Trees

Taking care of of your cedar trees and shrubs is just a part of having trees and shrubs on your property. You will have to be mindful of various kinds of insects, fungus, weather damage, and of course, just the normal wear and tear a tree will go through. The Northern White Cedar is a very adaptable landscape plant with fragrant foliage. The leaves are glossy and green, covering the trunk from...
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Spring Time Checklist Part 2: You’re Using Too Mulch – January 2016

Spring time is around the corner. If your property has one tree or many trees, you will need to think about maintaining them. Top Tree LLC is where you will find some of the only qualified arborists in Kennewick. Let us take care of your trees. Keep An Eye On Your Layers Mulch does so many good things. With that said, it is easy to assume more mulch is better. In reality, thicker layers of mulch...
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December 2015: Tree Thinning: Tip #2

Do you need to find the best tree thinning service in Kennewick? We are it. However, if you’re looking to tackle the job yourself, we are happy to help by providing whatever information we can. Tip of the Day: Remove a Tree Stump You can remove a stump by renting a power stump grinder, but another way is to buy a can of stump remover (available at most garden or home centers). Most brands are...
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December 2015: Tree Thinning: Tip #4

Do you need to find the best tree thinning service in Richland? We are it. However, if you’re looking to tackle the job yourself, we are happy to help by providing whatever information we can. Tip of the Day: Never remove more than one-fourth of a living crown at once. If you need to remove more than that, spread it out over a number of years. Bonus Tip of the Day: To provide clearance for...
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